London: India-origin and controversial home minister Suella Braverman has been removed from her post in Britain and is likely to be replaced by foreign secretary James Cleverly.
According to the World News Agency, Prime Minister Rishi Sonak dismissed Home Minister Braverman from his post after intense pressure from members of the ruling party.
It was a difficult decision for British Prime Minister Rishi Sonak, who is of Indian origin, to remove his Home Minister Braverman, who is also his compatriot, but Rishi Sonak did not go ahead of the members of the Conservative Party.
Government sources told Reuters that the sacking of the interior minister was part of a wider cabinet reshuffle, but did not say what other changes had been or could be made.
On the other hand, it can be clearly seen that the dismissal of the Indian-origin British Home Secretary came after he ordered violence on the Million March in support of the Palestinians in London.
The interior minister had criticized the department for not using force against the Palestinian rally participants despite orders and blamed Palestinians for the killings in Gaza.
The British interior minister of Indian origin praised the Israeli army and said that many of his relatives are in the Israeli army, so he knows that the Israeli army is the best and professional army in the world.
Meanwhile, the Sun tabloid’s political editor claimed that Braverman would be replaced by Foreign Secretary James Cleverley.
Meanwhile, former Prime Minister David Cameron was seen entering Downing Street shortly after Braverman’s sacking, sparking speculation that he would return to the Cabinet.